The style and application of cameo lighting have evolved throughout the years of cinema history. Here's how to employ this effective lighting technique.
Setting Up Lights For A Green Screen Shotvideo
The secret to pulling your subjects out of the real world and placing them into a digital domain is chromakey, and that means going green with green screen.
Collection of studio lights and soft boxes.
It really doesn't matter how expensive your camera is, a film will never be as beautiful as it could be without good lighting.
Lighting is an art that can take years to master. Avoiding these mistakes, however, is a quick way to improve your results.
Lighting can make or break your shot. In a perfect world, you'd have time to scout your location in advance with enough budget to secure the equipment you need to create the look you're going for. But that's rarely the case – and even when it is, any seasoned filmmaker knows even the best-laid plans can easily go awry on set.
Lighting gels are essential for a cohesive video.
If you’ve never used lighting gels in your video productions before, they may seem a little daunting, but the effort is worthwhile.
Green screen can be difficult to execute, but with a few insider tips, you’ll have an easier time getting the results you want. These 5 tips will help you achieve a believable key that will keep your viewer in the story — instead of becoming a distraction.
The primary function of video lighting is to make sure the scene is bright enough for your camera to accurately capture. However, a well thought out lighting scheme can add drama and intensity to your scene, conveying emotion even more effectively than the composition of your frame or the...
Person holding a sparkler to light a night scene.
Hollywood, with its seemingly endless resources, spends loads of money on lighting nighttime scenes. But how do we — without a grip truck full of HMIs — try to approach lighting a subject or set at night? There are a few tricks of the trade that our budgets should...
Three Point Lightingvideo
Three-point lighting the easy answer to a myriad of questions. It's very adaptable, doesn't necessarily requires three lights, and luckily, it's not terribly difficult to learn.

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